Chartier said “The Euler Prize has been awarded for transformative books, each unfolded new mathematical landscapes to be explored by the public. It’s an unexpected honor to receive this award and deeply meaningful since making math accessible and inspiring has been a foundational part of how I teach, inside and outside of the classroom.”
“The MAA is excited to award the Euler Book Prize to Tim for his book, Math Bytes,” said Michael Pearson, executive director of the MAA. “The book has mathematical topics that are interesting and informative all while creating a learning environment that uses real-world perspective, which is the foundation of what this award represents.”
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